Average Customer Review: based on 2 reviews.Rating: Review 3
Hi, I just need the tank w/out the valve (this is not for diving use, but for use as a high pressure reservoir). Would you be able to sell me this tank w/out the valve? If so, could you give me a quote for that? Thanks, Hyonny Kim
hello im am intrested in getting ito scuba look like alot of fun. also verry dangorus was woundering if you could give me advice about what gear i should look into for it. I plan on diving in water temps avrage 45-65 degrees (newengland area) lakes, ocean...ect yet i would love to try warmer water some time.. my mai nqustion is about tanks should i go 1 tank? was thinking about 2.. also the sea scoter was thinking about that to. this is some thing i would realy like get in to. looking on line priced all the stuff id liek to buy at over 5k (dive system regulater basicly the best u can buy) just like you opinion on what i should look for.. ps going for my dive cert soon thank ytou very much!
TANKS & VALVES: Sherwood Valve
The most used valve in diving. The critical link between your regulator and tank, our patented Sherwood valve was designed specifically to handle today’s high-performance regulators.
Aluminum tanks are cost efficient, long lasting, and readily available, which is why they are easily the most common scuba diving tanks in the world. Lighter than steel tanks, aluminum dive tanks are easier to transport and swim with, giving your shoulders and arms a break on long treks.
Because of their light weight, some aluminum tanks will begin to float at the end of a dive, once the oxygen supply is nearly depleted. To combat this, it's common to counter-weight an aluminum dive tank with approximately 4 pounds. However, 'Compact Neutral' aluminum tanks are made with thicker walls, which increase the weight and help to counteract the positive buoyancy problems at the end of a long dive.